Browse Mato


a
b
d
e
g
h
i
k
l
m
n
ng
o
p
r
s
t
u
w
x
y

g


gaˈɡɑ|ENgouge, to cut into, as in a heavy bilum cutting into the shoulder or the forehead such that it leaves a mark
ga-ɡɑvpfx1|ENwe, first person plural exclusive subject marker on verb|TPmipelaNulang sibuna, am gawa numia.Several months ago, we were at home.2|ENyou, second person plural subject marker on verb|TPyupela
gabakˈɡɑ.bɑkna|ENflower species, similar to wild taro|TPwel taroGENERIChaidangaflower
gabalaɡɑ.ˈbɑ.lɑna|ENbamboo fishing pole|TPmambu bilong huk
gabisi1ɡɑ.ˈbi.sina|ENpromise of marriage, pledged, engaged, an arrangement by families for two people to get married|TPpromis
gabisi2ɡɑ.ˈbi.sina|ENswelling of the glands in the armpit or groin causing intense pain and foretelling some sickness|TPsolap
gabmanˈɡɑb.mɑnna|ENgovernment|TPgabman
gabuˈɡɑ.buv|ENto accompany, to go along with|TPwantaimMugau sibuna, neng moxongondi digabu bauding duwa.Long ago, there lived a pair of siblings and their mother.
gabupɡɑ.ˈbupna|ENpassion fruit|TPpasin frutBaing lungu mala, saing gabupka ba xuruti.And he was listening, and that passion fruit exploded.GENERICwaxu1 1vine
gabuxaɡɑ.ˈbu.ɣɑv|ENto be in the state of having Elephantiasis or lymphatic filariasis, to have arms and legs that are swollen, also used to describe the condition of dropsy|TPhanlek i swelapGENERICbusingaillness
gagapɡɑ.ˈɡɑpna|ENdust, fine particles of dirt|TPdasTuxu gagapka ba mana titia baguli.He held that dust from this earth.
gagaxunga1ˌɡɑ.ɡɑ.ˈɣu.ŋɑna|ENsmile, the state of smiling|TPlap
gagaxunga2ˌɡɑ.ɡɑ.ˈɣu.ŋɑna|ENto be smart, especially in regards to work|TPsmat
gahipɡɑ.ˈhipna|ENbamboo species with edible shoots|TPmambuUtau, ngaxang bu ngala ngautu gahibigua.You cook, and I’ll eat so I can go break apart my bamboo.GENERICbowabamboo
gahukɡɑ.ˈhukna|ENsnail species|TPsnelGENERICasaxafauna
galainaɡɑ.ˈlɑi.nɑvw|ENthe act of something breaking by itself, such as a tree branch|TPbrukBaing ungunga ba galaina taxa lia.And that betelnut tree snapped in half.IDIOMkalaiyua galainaharvest time has arrivednuma galainasomeone who has many material possessionsruanginoa galainawidowed, a woman’s husband has diedwaxungtuanoa galainaubasomeone who is very thirsty
galangaɡɑ.ˈlɑ.ŋɑv|ENto be vivid, as in a clearly visible moon|TPkliapelaBaing 1995 sahi xabianga numanoa, ning xabianganoa galangan te, saing hanggalangia.And in 1995 he finished school, but his knowledge wasn’t clear, and he failed out.
galanggalangɡɑ.ˈlɑŋ.ɡɑ.ˈlɑŋna|ENrock with jagged edges|TPstonLipu luwa tang diluki sap te, namua naga longga ba siang galanggalang sabanga sabangadi dili hataing hataina.The two men didn’t run fast, the reason being that place had huge jagged rocks standing all over.
Galesianp|ENGalatians, a book of the Bible|TPGalesia
galiˈɡɑ.liv|ENto splash, the act of splashing someone|TPtromoi nabaut wara
Galiˈɡɑ.linp|ENGali, one of the principle villages of the Ronji language group|TPGali
galisiɡɑ.ˈli.sina|ENaxe or adze|TPtamiokBaing ta tanganoa xaung waxanginoa matabu, bu xap galisinoa masok.Then he put his bilum and knife aside, to pull out his axe.
galungɡɑ.ˈluŋna1|ENCoconut Palm|TPkokonasBaing dima dahaing galung.Then they came and climbed the coconut tree.GENERICxai1treeCocos nucifera2|ENfruit of the Coconut Palm|TPkokonasPARTmidanacoconut husk
galung midananp|ENinside of a coconut husk, used for a toothbrush or scrubbing device|TPskin kokonasTing gamunggamung xaung galung midana baing tega supkuba.He threw dust and coconut husks and the ocean calmed down.
galung murunanp|ENnew coconut sprout|TPkru bilong kokonas